After reviewing the Week 5 game tape Monday, Jaguars coach Gus Bradley was less committal about Blaine Gabbert keeping his starting job when he returns from his "popped" hamstring.
Gabbert has already been ruled out for Week 6 against the Broncos, and Bradley considers him "week to week." Said Bradley of Gabbert's grip on the starting job, "Last week I said he made a lot of good reads and we had to make plays for him. This week, I feel strongly again about Blaine, but there were missed opportunities. He needs to make the passes he does in practice. That's the next step for him." Gabbert has a 1:7 TD-to-INT ratio on the season.
Really? Wow this is a news flash - you mean Blame Gabbert is not living up to expectations as a starting QB - all I know is he must be some kind practice player to have kept his job this long. I wonder if the Jags knew Freeman was available ? Henne is not the answer either - heck there's always Matt Flynn. The LA Jags is beginning to sound pretty good.
It's a nice strategy. Have that city hate your stinky organization so much then when you move out you can blame it on the city not supporting you.